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Target offering employees incentives to get COVID-19 vaccines

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Target has joined a growing list of essential businesses that are paying their employees to get the coronavirus vaccine when it becomes available.Essential employees -- who are considered to have a very high risk of being infected with the virus because their jobs are critical and require them to be in regular contact with other people -- are now next in line to receive either Moderna or Pfizer's COVID-19 shots.When that happens, hourly team members at Target will get up to four hours of pay, the Minneapolis-based company said.Additionally, all U.S.

team members will be offered free Lyft rides, up to $15 each way, to get back and forth from vaccine appointments, according to Target.RELATED: Companies offer financial incentives to encourage.

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